One month till our debut album Comfort in the Echo will be released on vinyl, CD and digital platforms!
We are excited to share our next single Everything Familiar with you! This song is from our upcoming album "Comfort in the Echo". Have a listen 👉 https://orcd.co/tictic The cover art is made by artist Kjell Otto Karlsen.
Our single Autopilot is now available on all major digital platforms! Stream / Download Autopilot by Tic Tic: https://orcd.co/qxqyqnz
We're happy to announce that we have signed with the label Apollon Records! Our new single "Autopilot", from our upcoming album, will be released digitally on 12. November. Our album is out in the first part of 2020 on vinyl, CD and digital. Looking forward to serve you some new music soon! Photo: Lars... Continue Reading →
Fête de la musique, also known as Music Day, is an annual celebration of music which takes place on 21 June. On Music Day the citizens are urged to play music outside in their neighborhoods or in public spaces and parks. This year we were invited to play some tracks together with our friends in 1bisHill... Continue Reading →
Ever since I got the Seaboard Block a while back I wanted a companion "synth block" for it. Since one didn't exist, I decided to make my own with an Axoloti board. I wanted it to serve both as a host for the Roli blocks and as an MPE synth. The video below should give... Continue Reading →
I finally decided which new synth I wanted to include in the family. I was looking for a small analogue with great bass sounds, a keyboard, and that was lightweight. The choice fell on the Korg Monologue. I'm so impressed with what this small synth can do! Limitations sparks new ideas This time we had... Continue Reading →
OctaChainer is a Windows and OS X tool for creating sample chains and slice data for the Elektron Octatrack and Analog Rytm.
I've been interested in the Roli Blocks for a while. I liked the concept of a small, portable MPE controller, but was sceptical of their apparent dependence on a computer or iOS device. When I tried finding info on whether they would make sense in a more hardware oriented setup my searches only revealed other... Continue Reading →
These lazy summer days I'm reading Naomi Klein's "No is not enough - Defeating the New Shock Politics". Klein's book opens with a description of where and how she got the news that Donald Trump had won the election. She was in a meeting on the other side of the globe, in Australia. And she... Continue Reading →